Grateful Dead Live at Charlotte Coliseum on 1992-06-18
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
AUD (CMC-31)> DAT> CDR> EAC> SHN (MKW); DAE (EAC V0.9pb9) and SHN conversion (mkwACT 0.97 beta 1) by Charles Wier, from Paul Bottiglio's CDs; Known flaws: 25 ms analog dropout at 2:50 of He's Gone
- 2004-04-28 14:54:18
- AUD (CMC-31)> DAT> CDR> EAC> SHN (MKW)
- Charlotte, NC
- Audience Recording
- Charlotte Coliseum
Subject: good cops
Subject: Thanks for the memories....
Subject: Grows on me
Yes, Flashy is exactly right about the police prescence. I was one of the lucky folks who got to visit the "roped off" area that was where all the heads who got picked up were being taken. but I did still make it to both shows and outta that state pronto. Ain't been back to NC since, and I can't say I feel deprived. Good Riddance.
Subject: My first shows!
Subject: Deadheads vs. Parrotheads
Subject: Only one Dark Star
Don't remember much of the night except chillin. Met some outstanding people (jonesing on the wing-out(whatever that means))
My First and only Dark Star jam, although I remember a tease and not a jam. The Satisfaction encore stands out.
##Does anyone remember the Lamp that the guys backstage were holding above the "curtains" I think it was during space when the drummers were taking their break??## It might have been the first night?
Anyway an A show, just wish I had the same energy I did for the 1st night. Another 4, a 5 if a better recording. Dick are you reading this!?
God Bless Internet Archive, the dead, deadheads, heads, and all derivatives of the like.
Subject: Tapers section tape
I'd be willing to bet $$ this tape was Ed Boardman's hypercardiods.....
At any rate, I really enjoyed this show. I only saw 6 in 1992, and 2 were very good, 1 was great, 3 were forgettable. This one was very good. Bruce was there, and the show was generally well played. PLus, we got the Dark Star jam.
Worth a listen.
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